Christine Sako releases the indie-pop single “Coda”

Minneapolis born and raised LGBTQIA+ artist Christine Sako shares the indie-pop infused single “Coda”. It’s an explosion of colour that bubbles throughout to create a sleek reelase. The track’s poppy beats and guitar motifs are bolstered with indie-pop intimacies.

“Coda” is about the experience of having a person come back into your life and re-open a chapter in a book you thought was already well-read and closed. This reopening turns into re-writing of sorts – as emotions, conversations, and places are all revisited. It can feel like the revived relationship is being transformed into something new, or at least different, something that maybe this time will last. But none of these changes change the outcome.  Instead they end up being a temporary distraction from the inevitable retelling of the same story. The central tension of the song is on the one hand,  being tired and wanting to move on and on the other,  feeling compelled to relive  history as it repeats itself. In spite of the desire to let go, there is an underlying friction, a tugging in the direction opposite of freedom. It’s this conflicted feeling that results in pleading with the other party to “give it a rest,” since the strength to break the pattern on one’s own isn’t quite there yet.”

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